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In January Brahms premiered the Rhapsodies from manuscript at a concert dedicated to his own works that included the Second Symphony, the Triumphlied, and the Alt-Rhapsodie. It was wholly alien to his nature to use programmatic titles, hence he selected the most non-committal names he could find. The titles intermezzo, caprice and rhapsody have hardly any fixed definitions or formal models, hence Brahms could make of them what he willed. Certainly, the title intermezzo had strong associations with Schumann, who included many short intermezzi in his early piano works, and had also composed six larger-scale intermezzi in his Op.
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Brahms himself used the title in his Op. In both cases, Brahms retains some aspect of the older usage slower tempi for the intermezzi, greater technical difficulty for the caprices. However, Brahms gives new significance to these titles, recasting the intermezzo and caprice as opposing partners in which the former is lyrical, the latter more agitato, but both share an intensely expressive and emotional world. Brahms similarly recast the rhapsody genre; this was typically a loosely-structured singlemovement work with some folk-character, e.
Brahms retained only the idea of a larger-scale single-movement form with no defined structure something he had done previously with the Alto-Rhapsody op. Unlike Op. Also, the emphasis has shifted; while Op. So while Brahms never wrote a variation set for piano after , all of these late works contain variations, reworkings and reassemblings of their thematic material, generating a musical prose which is characteristically Brahmsian. In beautiful transformation, loss becomes gain.
Un poco agitato 2. Allegretto non troppo 3. Grazioso 4. Allegretto grazioso 5.
Agitato ma non troppo presto 6. Andante con moto 7. Moderato simplice 8.
Grazioso ed un poco vivace Two Rhapsodies op. Rhapsody No. Presto energico Andante
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